In this brief tutorial, we will explain why your iPhone shows a full-screen Now Playing popup when you bring it near your HomePod and how to turn it off if you find it distracting to your ongoing music playback.
With AirPlay and Siri, you can now start a music session from an iPhone or iPad audio app directly on your HomePod or HomePod mini using just your voice.
visionOS doesn’t let you use AirPlay on the Vision Pro headset. Features like App Clips and widgets are unsupported, too, but that could change down the road.
iOS 17's AirPlay feature may be expanding to hotels, which will let you wirelessly beam images, videos and music from Apple devices to compatible hotel TVs.
Follow the solutions in this article if you're unable to AirPlay audio from your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV to your HomePod, or if your HomePod cannot be selected as an audio output.
Apple Watch Mirroring, a new accessibility feature arriving later this year, will let you share and control the screen of your Apple Watch via its paired iPhone.
Samsung's new external monitor, dubbed Smart Monitor M8, features support for AirPlay technology along with Apple's TV app and the Apple TV+ streaming service.
Cisco will add AirPlay support this June, enabling Apple users to beam media and cast iPhone screens to WebEx devices such as the Room, Desk and Board.
Samsung's 2022 TV lineup brings NFT features and AirPlay support along with a dedicated Games hub sporting Nvidia GeForce Now and Google Stadia game streaming.
One of the best new features of macOS Monterey is AirPlay to Mac. It lets you AirPlay directly from your iPhone, iPad, or other Mac to a Mac running macOS Monterey. Usually, the entire process is easy and happens without hiccups. But if you cannot AirPlay to Mac, your Mac doesn't show up as an AirPlay target, or if video, photos, audio, or screen do not project from iPhone to the Mac, here are the solutions to fix that.
Starting with macOS Monterey, you can use your Mac as an AirPlay receiver or target display. This new feature lets you AirPlay photos, videos, and presentations to your Mac's screen from iPhone, iPad, or a Mac. You can also AirPlay music to Mac's internal speakers and even mirror your entire iPhone and iPad screen onto Mac's display. Finally, it also lets you wirelessly use your Mac's screen as a second display for your iPad or another Mac. This tutorial shows you how to do all these.
Back in July of this year, Amazon's "Fire TV Edition" smart TVs made from Insignia and Toshiba started rolling out support for Apple's AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. But, for fans of Amazon who have been waiting for the company's own self-branded TVs, there's good news on the horizon: AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support is coming to those sets, too.